What was the last documentary you watched?

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I have not seen this yet but I do believe animals, domestic pets have an in-depth connection with their owners. Animals know when we are upset or ill or are in distress. A long while ago a friend of mine had done something silly while I was asleep at their flat. Their dog jumped on the bed I was sleeping in, which it never would have done. And started pawing at my face, and licking my face and barking until I got up to see what had happened. The dog was alerting me because it could not waken it's owner. The dog saved it's owners life.
Oh they absolutely absolutely do.

My beloved boy, my cat, is so in tune with me that when I have been going through some very stressful times, it's actually affected him - I've obviously got to the bottom of this and know how to help us both, but we are sooooooooooo close. He's my boy. My love.

My beloved Yorkie who passed last month :( was sad when we were sad, picked up on our moods and could tell us if something was wrong in the house.

No one could ever convince me that animals aren't perceptive. They're more intelligent and sensitive than the majority of humans.
 

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Murder in the Car Park, which has now brought me to the podcast that came first, Untold: The Daniel Morgan Murder.


If you haven't heard of this story, ask yourself, why?
 
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Didn't know anything about him before I watched this but I loved it. What a legend, style icon, and fabulous, trail-blazing earth angel!

 

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I don´t know if this should go in the Star Interviews thread, but it strictly is a bio documentary about the amazing Jack Lemmon. Enjoy it!

I watched all of the documentaries on this YouTube channel on a lot of old movie stars and enjoyed every one of them. They are all great.
 

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I watched this on Netflix when I had a whopping hangover and just needed aunty Dolly to make everything alright. It worked a treat.
In case you haven’t heard it, the Dolly Parton’s America podcast is the treat of treats.
 

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Great doc and it features some astoundingly good dance routines, either starring or choreographed by Bob, or both. What a talent.

 

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Just binge watched Mucho Mucho Amor & Dolly: Here I am - both wonderful documentaries.

I had no idea who Walter was but I was really moved by it - a man who gave nothing but love out and was taken in by a money grabbing agent. The fact that the agent actually took part in it just goes to show how stupid the man was.

But poor Walter, I shed a tear or two as his fans showed their absolute love and affection towards him - a great documentary.

As for Dolly, what a great, fun, informative film - will we ever see or know the real Dolly...? I hope not, she's just amazing as she is.
 
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